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The Fon attempt to change the believes of the people stemmed from his political affiliation with the goverment not because he was a Christian. There was a power fight between him and the "parliament of the village" called Quifon. The past Fons have traditionally stayed politically neutral but Fon Ngum 3 got involved in politics and hence attempted to bring about changes in the village that were quiet unusual. He did not attempt to expand Christianity because he had to first and foremost abandon some Christian beliefs to become the chief. Just want to correct writers assertion that he attempted to spread christianity in the village. Mrme